How to spend first paycheck

How You Should Be Spending Your First Paycheck

On Jan 4th, 2018 | Budgeting, Career

How You Should Be Spending Your First Paycheck Whether it’s a $30,000 salary or $130,000, your first “real job” is probably the biggest income change you’ll experience. Sure we’ll get gradual raises here and there, and maybe even a major promotion or two, but going from an income of nothing to a full-time salary is [&hellip…

Fatherly Lessons Bartering

Lessons From My Father: Bartering skills

On Dec 20th, 2017

When I was young, I often accompanied my father to work on air conditioning units. He specialized in all things HVAC (heating, ventilation and air
How to pay for study abroad

Six Ways to Pay for Study Abroad

On Dec 15th, 2017

Paying for study overseas can be a daunting task: tuition, fees, plane tickets, expenses, food, housing and all those kitschy souvenirs to buy. But don’t
Why is saving hard?

Why Does Saving Money Seem So Hard?

On Nov 30th, 2017

You’re walking down the street, stop to tie your shoes, and what do you know — a pretty $20 bill is just lying there, looking
Purdue Friendsgiving

The Perfect Friendsgiving

On Nov 14th, 2017

Friendsgiving – it’s the perfect twist on Thanksgiving. It means you get to spend time with people you choose – your friends. Plus, you can

The 4 Biggest Credit Union Myths

On Oct 18th, 2017

With International Credit Union Day right around the corner, we’d like to clear up the four biggest myths about credit unions. 1. They aren’t big